On the bike, on a roof A few weeks ago, Karim and I got on our bikes in the morning. We left Beirut with the sun on our right, still casting long shadows on our left. The first 45 minutes or so of getting out of the city and past...
Så lyckades Algeriet motstå IS lockrop
For ETC in Sweden, about Algerians who are joining ISIS in far lesser numbers than others, including neighbours like Moroccans and Tunisians.
Surviving climate change in Bangladesh
For Al Jazeera together with Karim, about resilience and survival in one of the countries most affected by climate change.
Där klimatet redan förändrat livet
For Kehitys in Finland, about life in Bangladesh where climate change is an issue about here and now, not a distant future.
Skuggliv i transitland
For OmVärlden about refugees and migrants in Algeria, halfways between Africa and Europe.
The displaced: Ramadan for the 43,000 Syrians in Algeria
For The National about the Syrian refugee community in Algeria, and how Ramadan inevitably brings memories of the holy month in Old Damascus.
New art in an old market
For Mashallah News about Picturie Générale #3, exhibiting new Algerian art in an old abandoned market.
To Beirut with hope: How the city shaped by refugees makes room for new arrivals
For Guardian Cities about Beirut and how many parts of the city were built by refugee communities.